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Morganton , NC

Forecast Last Updated at Thursday, February 11, 2016 at 6:25AM

Mini-Thaw Before Mega-Cold

The next two days will by no means be above-normal, but we will at least crack the 40-degree mark over the next couple of afternoons. Friday will have more clouds and perhaps a passing snow flurry or sprinkle. We’ll be fortunate just to get to freezing Saturday and Sunday as a fresh Arctic air mass attacks. A new wintry threat emerges for President’s Day. Details below.

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Hi: 40 Lo: 20

Scattered clouds; Continued cold; Light west wind

Hi: 40 Lo: 21

Mostly cloudy; A chance for a few flurries or sprinkles; Light wind becoming NW 5-10 mph at night

Hi: 31 Lo: 11

Mostly sunny; Much colder again! NW wind 5-10 mph

Hi: 28 Lo: 19

Increasing cloudiness; Very cold

Hi: 32 Lo: 28

Cloudy with snow likely, probably changing to a wintry mix

Further Out

Tuesday - AM wintry mix; Decreasing cloudiness late; High in the mid 40s; Low in the upper 20s
Wednesday - Partly sunny & milder; High in the lower 50s; Low in the lower 30s

Forecast Discussion

Skies will be partly cloudy today with afternoon highs around 40. Friday will be similar with more cloudiness and perhaps couple flurries or sprinkles.

An Arctic Express cold front will whip through the mountains and Foothills Friday night heralding the arrival of the coldest air of the season. It will keep temperatures near or below freezing through the upcoming weekend. It will be generally clear on Saturday, but clouds will be on the increase for your Sunday.

The next weather system of interest will be will be developing low-pressure tracking eastward out of east Texas Monday and through the eastern Carolinas during Tuesday. Warmer, moist air overrunning the retreating Arctic air will likely result in precipitation breaking-out over our area as early as Monday morning. A variety of precipitation types are possible, with snow initially, perhaps giving way to more of a wintry mix or just plain rain by Monday night. It could be messy.


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